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May 2016

Two Poems by Jenya Doudareva

Music And Lyrics By I was there I was there I was There I was there I was there when The clouds were melting icebergs Leaking into the sky, gazed at By a young boy born the [...]

May 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

Two Poems by Chloe Clark

All the Tea that My Creepy Heart Desires Lapsang souchong, oolong, or maybe pu-erh, tasting of hay, of smoke, of the sun rising in pine forests, but I could be wrong there [...]

May 29, 2016 // 2 Comments

Three Poems by Molly Kelley

A Quality Skull I have a quality skull. I could find it in the dark. Stripped of its skin. I could hook my finger through the eye socket and know. Non-plastic, insoluble. I [...]

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Two Poems by Raphael Maurice

UTOPIA This is the hard land of miracles. Land of arias over the fields, land of music made by the god at morning. Land of nerves, land of the timpani-heart, savage, struck [...]

May 29, 2016 // 2 Comments

Toxic Shock by Alex Creece

First Aid 1.01: do not remove an embedded object yourself. Even after the obligatory hospital visit, I was never fully cleansed of each person I had loved. Some were ticks; [...]

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Two Poems by Carla McGill

  ANOTHER DRIVE This time I leave the circling freeways of Los Angeles, head the other way toward the burnt land of Arizona, the bare and intentional road straightening [...]

May 29, 2016 // 2 Comments

Pitiful by Jeffrey Zable

Driving home in a cold, pouring rain I spot this guy limping along in the street completely barefoot, wearing only a t-shirt with pants hanging halfway down his behind. [...]

May 29, 2016 // 0 Comments